This week the boys quickly get together to talk about five notable black Charlotteans and get nuts with this week’s Charlotte Fact of the Week.
This week the boys were joined by Eric Law, executive director of Promising Pages. We also discussed the benefits of Gold Line and talked about some of the amazing acts that came through the Excelsior Club in its heyday with this week’s Charlotte Fact of the Week.
This week the guys used their short* episode to talk about this year’s exciting Hornets team and if they are actually relevant. They discuss how the organization can gain more traction and review past draft picks.
*this was not a short episode
This week we answered your ridiculous questions, talked to Charlotte musician Kevin Goodwin and potentially created a new theme song? Fun!
After two-time guest of The Charlotte Podcast, Jeff Jackson, announcement that his daughter is potty trained we chatted with Michael Graff of Axios about Jeff’s announcement and how he got the inside scoop.
This week the boys were joined by Aaron Gore and Nils Weldy with the Queen City Brewers Festival. We talk about how the festival is changing in its 10th year and its mission to benefit ACEing Autism. We also talked about where Charlotte ranks in terms of US cities with this week’s Charlotte Fact of the Week.
This week we kicked off our 6th season with the first of our “quick hit” episodes. We were joined by Ely Portillo of UNC Charlotte’s Urban Institute to discuss his new podcast and explain to us what the Charlotte Future 2040 plan is as if we were babies. We also chatted about 2021 Charlotte Resolutions and the Charlotte City Council Retreat, and debuted the Charlotte Fact of the Week.
We hopped on Zoom to share some updates about the podcast and what we plan on doing in 2021.
PS We will never log off…
This week we were joined by Jesse Soloff of the Taylor Soloff Memorial Endowment. Jesse quizzed the fellas with a few trivia questions like those in this year’s Answers for Cancer (at home) trivia event. Both of the guys did great answering questions and neither quietly carries a feeling of superiority based on their performance.
Donate and sign up for this year’s trivia contest here: https://www.taylorsoloffmemorialendowment.com/events
This week we were joined by Marissa West and Heidi Hillman, Owners of West Kept Secret and learned about their journey as female entrepreneurs in Charlotte. They also provided the boys with customized training plans they will be far too lazy to do, and stuck around for some rapid fire questions that they steed were over far too soon.
We were also #blessed with the return of Supportive Words from Supportive Guy.